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Economists: Too early to tell if markets have bottomed out

It's too early to tell if the downtrend in the domestic economy and financial markets has bottomed out despite the more positive news flow and the stockmarket rallies of late, economists said.


Sound money market

THE interbank money market in Malaysia remains active and flushed with liquidity underpinned by a low loan-to-deposit ratio coupled with sound capital ratio.


KLCI opens higher after midday break

The KLCI opened higher after the midday break with plantation stocks and Maybank among the gainers.


Opportune time to assess and review portfolios

With values across all asset types having diminished significantly, it may be wise to review one's portfolio of investments and assess how they can free up cash (by liquidating some assets) to scoop up some good bargains which may provide healthier returns once recovery takes place. But this needs to be done with caution because it is hard to judge how much further asset values will drop, be it equities, properties or bonds.


Depreciating high-end condos

Property values of high-end condominiums in Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and Mont'Kiara are expected to retrace by up to 20% to 2006 levels by the first half of next year, according to Kenanga Research.


All eyes on the mini-budget

The KLCI is expected to trend lower in Tuesday trade, weighed down by regional bourses, which fell yesterday.


Is Malaysia facing a credit crunch?

As the rest of the world grapples with an unprecendented recession which has led to a credit squeeze, are Malaysian businesses and individuals facing funding woes?


MAS stands to lose RM3bil in hedging costs

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) stands to chalk up close to RM3bil in hedging costs over the next two years while its competitor AirAsia Bhd enjoys the benefits of lower crude oil prices, analysts say.


Loan approvals down

Overall loan approvals in the country fell for a fifth consecutive month in January, down 35.6% on an annualised basis to RM16.6bil.


Banks' performance in first half expected to be weaker

LOCAL banks are expected to be hit by lower earnings, higher non-performing loans (NPLs) and loan loss provisions, among others this year despite a relatively fair showing in the recently-released fourth-quarter results, acording to analysts.